Nearby: Berwick-upon-Tweed

Normally, 'meetings are held in Ayton Community Hall each month September to March (except December) and start at 7.30pm. A guest speaker is invited to talk on a topic of interest'.

'The Society was first formed in November 1947, but declining numbers led to the society folding in the 1950’s. It was re-formed in May 1972 and thrived during the seventies and eighties, with a boost in membership coming in 1982 when the society produced a special cover to commemorate the 500th Anniversary of Berwick-upon-Tweed as an English Town ... Please note - the meetings of the Berwick and District Philatelic Society are AFTERNOON meetings. Please come along to support ... members in the northernmost society in NEPA - guests are always welcome and very well looked after.'

'In 2003, some local ecologists and naturalists set up Berwick Wildlife Group to record wildlife in the area around North Northumberland and parts of the Scottish Borders ... Every year, there are five talks over the winter months on a variety of subjects ... Meetings involve a talk / presentation by an expert in a particular area.'

'The North Northumberland Bird Club was set up in 1984, by a group of local enthusiasts who recognised and responded to the need for a local bird club in this, the richest (bird-wise) part of Northumberland ... The popularity and membership of the club have grown steadily, and there are over 180 members. They range in expertise from beginners to very knowledgeable ornithologists ... Our members come from a wide area – from St.Abb’s and Duns in the north, and south to Newcastle, Durham and even Surrey and Kent!'

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